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Built in 1913 and massively renovated in 2009, Mercado San Miguel attracts visitors with its famous tapas, though there’s much more to try he
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El Rastro , Madrid
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There’s something for everyone at El Rastro, an outdoor flea market where vendors offer new and used goods from knickknacks to furniture. The
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Book a tour with all tapas and drinks included and get an inside look into tapas culture. Streetwise local guides will take you to the best tapas places and hideouts in the city. You’ll visit 4 venues and enjoy drinks and authentic tapas at each stop.This tour has been designed to taste a wide range of flavours. - Sorry the tour is not suitable for vegetarians.
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Farmers Market
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Filled with a variety of food and experiences, Mercado de San Antón is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. The bottom floors of this
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Antique Store
Simply Rickshaw , Madrid
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Stop by Simply Rickshaw to pick up items from around the world. Look for interesting cases, tables, vases, pottery, decorative objects, and m

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Where to stay in Madrid

The Spanish capital is known for its array of distinct neighborhoods each with its own appeal. An affordable and easy-to-navigate metro system, which makes it is easy to get around Madrid gives you more flexibility in choosing where to stay. Perhaps the most popular choice is Puerta del Sol, the heart of the city center and one of the main tourist attractions with its numerous shops, affordable hotels, and restaurants. Close by is Gran Via street, one of the city's main arteries, which is also home to a number of hotels. A short walk from here is Plaza España where the city's most iconic landmarks lie, including the Royal Palace and the Teatro Royal. For somthing outside the traditional tourist areas, consider staying in La Latina or Malasaña, two bohemian neighborhoods that offer a wide range of eclectic shops, quaint cafes, and lively bars.
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